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Old 05-01-2013, 02:24 PM   #31
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What about using just an ounce of sorachi (added at the times you provided) instead of splitting between sorachi and cascade? Would that be too bitter or lemony? I guess to each his own, but was wondering how you came to split bw the two. I think I am going to brew this on Thursday or Friday but I might leave out the blood orange syrup of I cannot obtain it by then, so I guess I would have a lemon hefe
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Old 05-01-2013, 03:46 PM   #32
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What about using just an ounce of sorachi (added at the times you provided) instead of splitting between sorachi and cascade? Would that be too bitter or lemony? I guess to each his own, but was wondering how you came to split bw the two. I think I am going to brew this on Thursday or Friday but I might leave out the blood orange syrup of I cannot obtain it by then, so I guess I would have a lemon hefe
I have a lemon lime Hef recipe on this site....the reason for the split is to decrease the bitterness and to create various depths of flavor from the hops....having said that, since its your beer, feel free to adjust the recipe in any way to accommodate your tastes. Also if you can't find the syrup locally, try going to Toranis site and they will tell you the closest vendor or just google and order on line...I believe through amazon it was only $3 to ship!
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Ha! We just have Walmart and a clone here. I bought blood oranges throughout their season without realizing what their season was. Guess I can always plan ahead for next winter.
I didn't even know Walmart carried them!
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Old 05-01-2013, 05:42 PM   #34
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I just went onto there site and the have a store online now. I think I will be trying a bunch of the flavors. What have you tried slim?
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Old 05-14-2013, 03:17 AM   #35
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I just went onto there site and the have a store online now. I think I will be trying a bunch of the flavors. What have you tried slim?
I have used vanilla, peanut butter, raspberry, grapefruit and blood orange
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Did they all taste like the real thing.
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adding this to my todo list, it sounds delicious
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I have used vanilla, peanut butter, raspberry, grapefruit and blood orange
You mind sharing which of those you thought we're worth using again in a recipe?
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You mind sharing which of those you thought we're worth using again in a recipe?
I liked them all except for peanut butter...I haven't perfected my peanut butter porter recipe, so it could be the recipe versus the syrup.
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I liked them all except for peanut butter...I haven't perfected my peanut butter porter recipe, so it could be the recipe versus the syrup.
Not to get to far OT, but have you tried the powdered PB2? I am planning on trying that for the first time with a Reese's Porter later in the summer.
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